New Zealand Consulate-General Noumea, New Caledonia
What the Consulate General does
What the Consulate-General Does
The New Zealand Consulate-General in Noumea manages New Zealand’s relations with New Caledonia, French Polynesia and Wallis and Futuna. The Consulate-General’s work involves promoting cooperation, strengthening bilateral and regional links, and fostering cultural and people to people links between New Zealand and the French Pacific Territories.
The Consulate-General provides consular assistance to resident and visiting New Zealanders, including emergency assistance and advice in the case of arrests, hospitalisation or if passports are lost/stolen/damaged.
We encourage New Zealanders in the French Pacific Territories to register on the Safe Travel website, as this will help us find you and assist you in an emergency.
The Consulate-General no longer processes visa applications for non-New Zealand passport holders wishing to travel to or through New Zealand. For immigration enqurieis, please contact TTS Services: email@example.com
For details on travelling to New Zealand see Immigration New Zealand.
Short term training awards
New Zealand offers short term training award scholarships through the New Zealand Aid Programme. The scholarships provide training in New Zealand for young people from New Caledonia, French Polynesia and Wallis and Futuna.
Head of Mission Fund
The Consulate-General manages a Head of Mission Fund. The fund provides support for small scale development projects in New Caledonia, French Polynesia and Wallis and Futuna.
Trade and Investment Promotion
New Zealand Trade and Entreprise provides assistance to New Zealand exporters, and promotes New Zealand and its capabilities to potential customers and investors. New Zealand Trade and Entreprise has a local representative in New Caledonia (Mr Richard Godin).